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Take control of your electronic systems with our range of controllers. Whether you need microcontrollers for embedded applications, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) for industrial automation, or motor controllers for motion control systems, we have options to suit your requirements. Our controllers offer features such as high processing power, multiple I/O channels, and communication interfaces for seamless integration into your designs. With our reliable controllers, you can achieve precise and efficient control in various applications.

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Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)

Digital Signal Processor (DSP)

Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)

Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)

Motor Controller

Temperature Controller

Motion Controller

Game Controller

PID Controller

Drone Controller

Remote Control

Home Automation Controller

Audio Controller

Lighting Controller

Solar Charge Controller

Types of Controllers

  1. Microcontroller: A small computer on a single integrated circuit containing a processor core, memory, and programmable input/output peripherals. Commonly used in embedded systems and consumer electronics.

  2. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC): A ruggedized computer used for automating electromechanical processes in industrial settings. PLCs are programmed using ladder logic or other programming languages.

  3. Digital Signal Processor (DSP): A specialized microprocessor designed to efficiently process digital signals, commonly used in audio processing, telecommunications, and digital image processing.

  4. Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA): An integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing, allowing for highly flexible digital logic implementations.

  5. Graphics Processing Unit (GPU): A specialized electronic circuit designed to accelerate the rendering of images and video for display on electronic devices, commonly used in computers, gaming consoles, and smartphones.

  6. Motor Controller: A device or group of devices that controls the operation of an electric motor, regulating its speed, torque, and direction of rotation. Motor controllers are used in various applications, including industrial automation, robotics, and electric vehicles.

  7. Temperature Controller: A device that regulates temperature by controlling the heating or cooling elements of a system based on input from temperature sensors. Commonly used in HVAC systems, industrial processes, and home appliances.

  8. Motion Controller: A device that manages the motion of mechanical systems, such as robotic arms, CNC machines, and automated manufacturing equipment, by controlling motors and actuators.

  9. Game Controller: Input devices used to interact with video games and gaming consoles, including handheld controllers, joysticks, gamepads, and steering wheels.

  10. PID Controller: A type of feedback controller widely used in industrial control systems to regulate processes by adjusting a control variable based on the error between the desired setpoint and the measured process variable.

  11. Drone Controller: A handheld device or software interface used to pilot unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), controlling their flight, navigation, and camera functions.

  12. Remote Control: A handheld device or software application used to wirelessly operate electronic devices, such as televisions, stereo systems, and drones.

  13. Home Automation Controller: A central hub or software platform that integrates and controls smart home devices, allowing users to automate and monitor home functions such as lighting, heating, and security.

  14. Audio Controller: A device or software application used to manage audio signals in sound systems, including mixing consoles, audio interfaces, and digital audio workstations.

  15. Lighting Controller: A device or software application used to control the intensity, color, and effects of lighting systems, such as LED fixtures, stage lights, and architectural lighting.

  16. Solar Charge Controller: A device used in solar power systems to regulate the flow of electricity from solar panels to batteries, preventing overcharging and optimizing battery performance.

  17. Power Management Controller: A component or integrated circuit used in electronic devices to manage power consumption, distribution, and conversion, maximizing energy efficiency and extending battery life.

  18. Camera Controller: A device or software application used to control the operation of digital cameras, including settings such as focus, exposure, shutter speed, and white balance.

  19. Industrial Automation Controller: A programmable device used to automate and control industrial processes, including PLCs, distributed control systems (DCS), and industrial PCs.

  20. Electric Vehicle Controller: A system that manages the operation of electric vehicles, including motor control, battery management, regenerative braking, and vehicle telemetry.


  1. Siemens
  2. Rockwell Automation (Allen-Bradley)
  3. Schneider Electric
  4. ABB
  5. Omron
  6. Mitsubishi Electric
  7. Honeywell
  8. Emerson Electric (DeltaV)
  9. Yokogawa Electric Corporation
  10. Beckhoff Automation
  11. B&R Industrial Automation
  12. Bosch Rexroth
  13. Danfoss
  14. Fanuc
  15. GE Automation
  16. Eaton
  17. Keyence Corporation
  18. Panasonic Electric Works
  19. Phoenix Contact
  20. Wonderware (AVEVA)

Controllers FAQs: Common Questions Answered

We offer a range of controllers, including microcontrollers, motor controllers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and industrial controllers.

Consider factors such as processing power, I/O capabilities, communication interfaces, and specific application requirements. Our product datasheets provide detailed specifications to guide your selection.

Yes, we offer development kits and evaluation boards to help you get started with your projects.

Yes, our technical support team is available to assist you with programming, configuring, and troubleshooting controllers.

Our controllers are designed to be compatible with various industry standards. Please refer to the product specifications for detailed compatibility information.

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